theo 132_ - 4 It showed that nothing could be settled by...

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CTT, 275-95 1. Who was Ulrich Zwingli? 2. On what did Zwingli agree with Luther? 3. On what did Zwingli disagree with Luther? 4. Why did the Marburg Colloquy fail? 5. Who was John Calvin? 6. What did Calvin believe about election? 7. What is double predestination? 8. What did Calvin believe about the Eucharist? 9. What is the "Radical Reformation"? 10. Did the Radicals belive in baptism of children? 11. Who led the English Reformation? 12. Who was John Wesley? 1. Swiss reformer similar to Luther, known for justification by only grace, ‘spiritual’ understanding of Eucharist, only Bible vs. church traditions, no celibacy/images 2. He agreed that the Bible alone should be the focal point for Christians, human interpretations were not as reliable as biblical text, if a traditional religious practice (fasting during lent) should be optional, faith is first Christian virtue 3. Against image worship, he accepted only two sacraments: Baptism and Eucharist
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Unformatted text preview: 4. It showed that nothing could be settled by appealing to the Bible as “the final authority” since people would continue to disagree about the best interpretation of the text 5. Part of the reform in France, wrote the ‘institutes of the Christian Religion’ 6. He believed election to be true 7. God has already chosen some for salvation and others for damnation 8. He valued it very highly, seeing it as the way in which God nourishes us 9. Sought to radicalize the thought of the better known Protestant Reformers, radicalize suggest that these thinkers pushed certain reformation claims to their logical conclusions 10. no 11. The English crown/govt 12. Advocated more lively form of religion w/ more attention to personal spirituality, Bible study and evangelistic preaching, wanted movement to stay within Church of England, eventually became known as Methodist Church...
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course THEO 101 taught by Professor Mccurry during the Fall '08 term at St. Thomas.

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